Server side coding involves work which does not interact with UI, and is critical to process requests fired by client-side.

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Possible hack aftermath [closed]

After being hacked companies often give numbers and details on how much of their data was compromised e.g "13K user and passwords". After a possible intrusion how do you know what the hacker did in ...
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What are the downsides of RoR? [closed]

I'm currently trying to decide what server-side language to learn and use for web development, and while it's relatively easy to get information on why x, y, or z is a good thing, it's harder to ...
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Can this type of page be made client-side?

I'm planning on making a website that will have mainly articles and videos. I'm going to post the videos on YouTube and use the YouTube API on my site. What I am wondering, is if I can make a page ...
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Are web applications limited by the amount of memory or by the speed of the database server on the server side?

Many web sites mostly only do CRUD (create, read, update, delete) operations to the database for different URLs. Suppose that we have a 3-tier solution with the database server on a dedicated server ...
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Recommend a technical book explaining how the browser and server communicate [closed]

Although I've been developing web applications for close on 6 years now I still do not know what happens when a request reaches the server. I am looking for book that works through what happens when a ...
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What could be a reason for cross-platform server applications developer to make his app work in multiple processes?

We consider a server app development - heavily loaded with messing with big data streams. An app will be running on one powerful server. A server app will be developed in form of crossplatform ...